TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

Modular Flooring TileFlex Floor Tile
TileFlex Floor Tile Gray close corner.
TileFlex Floor Tile interlock.
TileFlex Floor Tile interlock connect.
TileFlex Floor Tile Bottom Interlock.
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Handling Time Estimate: 4-6 Weeks
  • Raised based allows air and water to flow underneath
  • Interlocking connections for easy installation
  • Waterproof
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  • Beige
  • Gray
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  1. Raised based allows air and water to flow underneath
  2. Interlocking connections for easy installation
  3. Waterproof
  4. Realistic stone look
  5. Low glare
  6. Excellent durability
  7. Edges are protected from damage by specially designed rim
  8. No adhesive needed

Basement Flooring, Aerobic Flooring, Exercise Flooring, Sunroom Flooring

TileFlex floor tile is an easy-to-install modular floor tile that is great for indoor use for basement floors and game rooms. TileFlex flooring tile is a durable home flooring option for a wide variety of activities. Ideal for both residential and commercial flooring solutions. TileFlex floor tiles can be used in aerobic facilities.

These tiles make use of a hidden interlocking system of loops and tabs that secures the tiles tightly together but that is not visible. These snap-together tiles will look amazing, just like a set of standard square tiles. Visitors will not know about the simple system used to connect the tiles.

Our TileFlex floor tile has a size of 1x1 foot, providing exactly 1 square foot of coverage per tile.
Each tile weighs only 1.9 pounds, which makes the installation process go quickly. Moving the tiles into position does not take much effort because of the lightweight design. These TileFlex tiles measure 1/2 inches in thickness.

The tile consists of a vinyl top layer that can stand up to regular foot traffic while continuing to look great. The vinyl layer has a printed pattern on it, creating a look that resembles a faux stone floor.

The bottom layer, which contains the interlocking system, is a durable plastic. This gives the tile excellent stability as people are walking across it.

The base layer has pegs on it that raise the bottom of the tile away from the subfloor. This allows air to flow underneath the flooring layout, helping to remove any moisture.

The top layer of the TileFlex floor tile does have a subtle stone texture which enhances the stone look color. This makes the tile easier to clean versus a type of flooring with grooves and molded textures.

The printed pattern in the top vinyl layer resembles a stone floor. The beige colored tile has different shades of brown, tan, gray, and white in it, while the gray-colored tile uses various shades of gray, cream, and tan.

The tiles have a 100% waterproof design, which means they are usable in areas where moisture often is present. Because they lift the underside of the tile away from the subfloor, areas where the subfloor may have moisture also work well for these tiles, such as a damp basement.

Installation Options

As a flexible modular tile, our TileFlex floor tile is one of the easiest types of flooring to install. These faux stone floors are far easier to install than actual stone tiles, and they cost far less too.

Start in one corner of the room and line up the interlocking loops on one tile with the tabs on the adjacent tile. (The tabs are on the underside of the tile and are not visible when looking at the top of the tile.)

Continue working across the room by connecting adjacent tiles. There is no need to glue the interlocking edges, as they will remain connected, even when placed under stress. This type of tile does not require adhesive to secure it to the subfloor, either.

Although customers could disconnect the tiles to return to the subflooring at some point, this particular model is not recommended for repeated installations.


This product is not designed for repeat installations.

The indoor tiles can be used over carpet, but the pile should be as thin as possible. With carpet that is thicker, more plush and has a padding underneath the tiles can sink into it during use causing an uneven feel, and in extreme cases causes the locking structure to unclip itself.


Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach.


Ships in cartons via ground service to your door, for larger orders product may ship freight delivery.

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SKU# TileFlex
In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Material Type Vinyl on Plastic
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 1/2 inch
Width 1.00 feet
Length 1.00 feet
SF per Item 1.00
Weight 1.90 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 12
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock No
Interlock Loss 0.00 feet
Material Hardness Shore A 65
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In USA
Surface Finish Smooth
Surface Design stone or granite
Installation Method Snap together
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included No
Manufacturer Warranty 10 year limited

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

TileFlex Floor Tiles and borders; received samples and large delivery quickly, with discount for quantity

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

These tiles are soooo easy to put together. They are good to walk on and look great. Highly recommend.

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

A local company semi-finished part of our basement. I liked the plastic interlocking tiles they used for the floors and wanted more to do the rest of the basement. I did a search and found the exact same tiles at Greatmats! I was very pleased with the prompt shipping and excellent packaging. And the tiles themselves are amazing (Flex Tiles)...they will turn your slightly uneven, damp concrete basement floors into attractive, usable space! Just a note...we ordered the Light Parquet two different times and there is a slight color variation between the two batches, so try to order all of the tiles you need at once.

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

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Customer Rating: 4 Stars - TileFlex Floor Tile 1/2 Inch x 1x1 Ft.

Looks good but have not had the opportunity to put the tile down in the laundry yet.


Product Questions:

Q: Can this product be put in a basement weight room-residential?
A: This tile is not recommend for dropping weights, as it will crack, however the tile can take the static weight of most exercise equipment. For heavy duty weight room environments we would tend to recommend a rubber flooring product.
Q: Can this floor be put over carpet?
A: Yes this tile can be installed directly over carpeting, when first clicking the tiles together over carpeting, its a good idea to use a stiff board under the connecting tabs, otherwise its harder to get the tabs to connect if the surface is not firm.
Q: Can this product be used for a basement bathroom?
A: It could be, but its not a water tight tile. The tile is waterproof, but the seams are not.
Q: Are you able to pull a tile from the center of the room to replace it?
A: Yes this is possible, you would need to know which corner shares the two sides of the tile that have the nubs as they go on top of the loops during installation.
Q: What should I use to mop/clean this floor tile?
A: Use common household floor cleaner.
Q: Can this tile be cut to fit?
A: Yes this tile can be cut with a table saw. Please remember to always wear safety glasses when using power tools.
Q: Do you have a product that I can install over Radiant Floor Heating Film?
A: The Tileflex or our Greatmats MaxTile are both good products for installation over infloor heat. Most of our products are compatible with infloor heating.
Q: Greetings... if my basement concrete flooring has a slight slope and I was wondering if the this tile is flexible enough to compensate for the slight slope. At 1/2 inch thick will the tile crack especially since we will be putting furniture on top of the tile that's slightly ''bent'' for lack of a better word. Would a better solution be the Max Tile at a thickness of 5/8 inch?
A: The Max Tile is also a very good solution, both tile types will follow the contour of your floor. And both will hold the weight of furniture.
Q: How easy is this to install and uninstall in a temporary application (ie: trade show flooring) on a repeated-use basis?
A: We can recommend our Max Tile modular floor tile for repeated installations, this tile is designed for one single installation.
Q: Can this be put over grass?
A: This tile should really be installed over a hard flat surface and is not designed for repeated installations, use the MAX Tile for portable flooring.
Q: Hi, Can this be applied over a not so level concrete basement floor? How flexible is it? I have a basement section that was once a garage and the path of the car tires has a shallow depression. The basement floor gets a little moisture at times do you recommend a sub floor or vapor barrier roll to be laid first? Thanks.
A: With any moisture in the floor then dont use an underlayment or moisture barrier, its better to let the floor breath. The tiles will contour to your existing floor.
Q: Can you put this product on an outdoor covered porch?
A: This tile is indoor rated, consider the MaxTile for outdoor use in a covered environment.
Q: Would this tile be suitable for an install over carpet for use as a dance floor (ballet and tap included)?
A: Over very short non padded carpet, its ok.
Q: Can carpet be installed OVER these tiles?
A: Yes carpeting can be installed over these floors tiles.
Q: Will it not make sound while walking as it is placed on hard surface? Can these be used on wall of bathroom? What is vinyl on plastic?
A: For larger areas, this tile may make some sound. We would recommend an underlayment for larger spaces. This raised tile is not meant for walls. The tile is plastic with a thin vinyl layer on top.
Q: Are the tiles smooth at the seams?
A: These tiles interlock very tightly, but are not completely smooth. For a more subtle seam, consider our Max Tile: https://www.greatmats.com/tiles/raised-floor-tiles-max.php?q=maxt
Q: I have this in my senior center for line dancing and tai chi. I was wondering if we could use this space for a chair exercise group. Would there be some concerns with the chairs scratching the flooring or pressing down in the tiles?
A: This tiles is durable enough for high traffic exercise areas. The vinyl surface is scratch resistant.
Q: Is this anti fatigue?
A: These tiles do have a cushioned support system beneath.
Q: Could these tile be placed on a wooden floor to help soundproof the downstairs unit
A: These tiles would not work well for dampening sound. Rubber or foam would work better.
Q: Would this product work in a home office installed over carpet with padding (work with/hold up to office chair casters)? Are edge strips available for sloped transition at edges?
A: They can be installed on a low pile carpet with little to no padding. No padding preferable. A chair protector is recommended. Border ramps are available.
Q: How do you finish it around the edges? What are the borders like and how do they install? Can they be trimmed by hand or do they require power tools? The area I would use this for is a concrete floor in a sunroom. It sounds like I need the Max tiles for this.
A: The borders are ramped and attach in the same manner as the tiles connect. Trimming can take place using a sharp utility knife, but a power saw would be significantly easier.
Q: Can you cut these to fit a specific area?
A: Yes this tile can be cut with a table saw. Please remember to always wear safety glasses when using power tools.
Q: Can a washer and dryer sit on top of these tiles?
A: Yes, a washer and dryer could sit on top of these tiles.
Q: Can this tile be removed to identify and fix a water issue in a basement and then reinstalled? Or would you need to discard and reinstall new tile?
A: If the tile is not damaged, you can reinstall it.


Modular Flooring TileFlex Floor Tile
TileFlex Floor Tile Gray close corner.
TileFlex Floor Tile interlock.
TileFlex Floor Tile interlock connect.
TileFlex Floor Tile Bottom Interlock.
TileFlex Snap Together Vinyl Tiles in Hot Tub Room
Tile Flex basement in entertainment room.
Tile Flex installation in exercise room
TileFlex Modular Floor Tiles in Basement Game Room